Evolving consumer demand is also helping e-mobility gain mainstream traction. In fact, U.S. consumer demand will rise to his 5.6% of total light vehicle sales in 2022, according to a report by automotive consulting firm AutoPacific. This figure is his 3.3% in 2021. One of the reasons for this increase is that consumers are looking for eco-friendly alternatives to light vehicles. Conventional transportation vehicles account for about a quarter of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.
These changes in policy and consumer sentiment not only usher in a new era of e-mobility, but also highlight the need for continued technological progress. “Scaling e-mobility technology more efficiently is critical to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles and reducing carbon emissions around the world,” said a US-based design and emulation provider. said Jeff Harris, Vice President of Corporate and Portfolio Marketing, Keysight Technologies. , test equipment for electronic devices. He added, “Innovation opportunities are imminent across the e-mobility ecosystem to make EVs more affordable, more convenient and more desirable to consumers.”
As organizations grapple with this challenge, innovations – from new battery designs to EV charging and delivery equipment (EVSE) or charging infrastructure – are emerging that work together to push the boundaries of electric vehicle adoption and make it even more affordable. Committed to contributing to a clean planet.
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